TITLE

Acheson's address on strategy of freedom

AUTHOR(S)
Acheson, Dean
PUB. DATE
August 2017
SOURCE
Acheson's Address on Strategy of Freedom;8/1/2017, p962
SOURCE TYPE
Speech
DOC. TYPE
Speech
ABSTRACT
Presents the speech addressed by the United States secretary of state to the National Council of Churches, about the Korean War, Communism, and what he calls the strategy of freedom. The military aggression of North Korea against South Korea, and what the United Nations (UN) intends to do about it; The response of the Soviet Union and its satellites to the United Nations' actions; Success of UN forces under General Douglas MacArthur; Chinese Communist intervention in Korea.
ACCESSION #
21212566

 

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